Sean McVay is still early on in his NFL career, but he's already generating interest from broadcast networks.
ESPN executives believe McVay could stand out in the broadcast booth and the network would be interested in hiring him if he wants to leave coaching, Marchand adds.
Despite the short head coaching tenure, McVay is already considered one of the brightest offensive minds in football. The 34-year-old helped the Rams reach Super Bowl LIII two seasons ago and was named Coach of the Year in 2017.
In three seasons under McVay, Los Angeles posted a 33-15 regular-season record while winning two NFC West titles.
This is not the first time ESPN has tried to add a major name to Monday Night Football. The network's ideas have included acquiring Al Michaels from NBC Sports and pairing him with retired quarterback Peyton Manning. However, Manning allegedly turned the offer down.